ATLANTA (August 10, 2017) | The Georgia Center for Opportunity (GCO) announced that Sen. Michael Williams (R – Cumming) received an A+ grade and an honor roll distinction from their organization for supporting legislation they designated as key to “creating or expanding parents’ ability to choose high-quality public and private education for their children.”
ATLANTA (May 9, 2017) – On Monday, May 8, Governor Nathan Deal signed Senate Bill 109 into Georgia law. Sen. Michael Williams (R – Cumming) sponsored SB 109 to ensure Georgia’s EMS personnel are able to perform lifesaving duties across state lines. Continue reading “Senate Bill 109 Signed into Georgia Law”
ATLANTA (April 21, 2017) – Sen. Michael Williams (R – Cumming) is urging members of Congress to take action against the problem that the ‘water wars’ between Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and Florida have created for metro Atlanta and Lake Lanier by voting against Senate Bill 398.
ATLANTA (March 1, 2017) | Sen. Michael Williams (R – Cumming) today led the passage of Senate Bill 147, which will allow cemeteries to request that income from a perpetual care trust fund be distributed according to unitrust distribution method provisions. This will permit cemeteries and cemetery companies to use up to four percent of the net fair market value of the trustees perpetual care trust funds for maintenance of cemetery grounds. Continue reading “Sen. Michael Williams Leads Passage of Cemetery Funds Bill”
ATLANTA (January 17, 2017) | Sen. Ed Harbison (D – Columbus) hosted a group of students from the International Military Student Office (IMSO), located in Ft. Benning, Georgia, on Friday, Jan. 13, 2017. He was joined by Sen. Matt Brass (R – Newnan), Sen. Gail Davenport (D – Jonesboro) and Sen. Michael Williams (R – Cumming). Continue reading “Senator Ed Harbison Hosts International Military Students at the State Capitol”